I’m going to share 10 wearable fall fashion trends for 2022 in this article, and I know you’re going to love them.
To have a general notion of what to expect in terms of fashion, I did some research, looked at some trend predictions, and watched some runway shows.
I selected the ten most wearable fall trends from that.
Continue reading to learn about my predictions for the ten most wearable fall fashion trends for 2022.
The return of bomber jackets is the first fashion trend that I am particularly excited about.
This season, bomber jackets are being slightly redesigned. We should expect seeing them slightly oversized compared to what we saw a few seasons back when bombers were definitely on trend.
This is a slight leftover from the blazers that we’ve been wearing and adoring lately that are a little bit oversized. As a result, bombers are being redesigned and are now a little larger.
Naturally, if you do have bombers from a previous season, they will still be great and quite wearable, so don’t disregard them; wear them, bring them out, and enjoy them. But bomber jackets have returned.
Dopamine dressing is the next trend I’m here for. Fall will feature vibrant hues, which I personally adore.
In my opinion, dressing vibrant colors as the weather begins to change is the best option. Simply said, it makes you feel wonderful.
The vibrant hues that we have all been wearing will stay to be popular during the fall and winter.
Designers showcasing them worn head to toe was what I did tend to see on the catwalks. Color blocking was less prevalent because everything was worn from head to toe in one brilliant color.
Bright pops of color are undoubtedly in for the fall, which is fortunate because some of those summer pieces can still be worn while still looking on-trend when the weather begins to cool off.
Bright colors are so here to stay.
Leather and Faux Leather
Next, leather and faux leather appear to be making a true return.
There are a ton of faux leather options available if you’re not interested in wearing leather these days.
Everything from biker boots to biker jackets seems to be part of a real motorbike style trend that is on the rise.
I’m ecstatic about it. Years ago, during the summer sales, I bought a motorcycle jacket. It’s one of those classic pieces that I can wear for a very long time.
The entire leather aesthetic and styling are very much on-trend for the fall.
Not just motor styling either. There are some gorgeous leather blazers, leggings, and fitted pants available.
This means that for fall, leather and leather-related pieces are very popular.
On the flip side of all the color that we’re seeing, there’s also a lot of black that seems to be making its way in.
On the runway, a lot of designers wore a lot of black. I’ve always liked wearing black because it’s one of those trends and colors that never goes out of style and always looks sleek and sophisticated.
I personally have stopped wearing so much black lately, but I will enjoy bringing back some of the black pieces in my closet.
If you love wearing dark hues and monochromatic dressing and enjoy moody black looks, then that is also trendy for the fall.
The contrast between black, moody styling and vibrant pops of color is apparent. Both are happening.
There is also a significant lot of corporate styling, which shouldn’t surprise anyone.
Since we haven’t worn business attire in a while, designers are enjoying reinterpreting and returning certain fitted items into their collections.
Despite the prevalence of fitted baggy pants, more suits and suit designs that complement one another are becoming popular. Not always worn with jeans and oversized blazers. It more closely resembles wearing a suit as a whole.
As many of us start working outside of our homes once again, designers are just relishing getting back to something that appears a little bit more corporate.
This customized appearance is absolutely lovely. If you love the classics, it’s great. You will truly enjoy this basic tailored styling if you enjoy dressing simply or your personal styling is more simple.
Everyone can usually find something they like, and on the other side of the classics, I’m noticing a sporty mood and theme.
Sweatshirts with insignias and jerseys of the real sporty soccer variety. There is a noticeable urban sporty vibe, which has been there for some time.
Pieces that you might actually see being worn if you belong to a sporting club. These items are being transformed into new fashion clothing and worn on the streets.
As a result, there is a great sporty trend that I will support because it truly suits me.
Over The Knee Boots
Bringing back boots is one of the best things about the change in seasons. I adore boots, and over-the-knee boots are making a comeback for fall and winter.
The majority of these over-the-knee boots are flat. The last time we noticed tall boots. They favored stiletto heels more frequently. However, this year’s fall and winter are flat.
However, the boots are really tall—certainly above the knee. There will be many possibilities available if that is the style you adore, so you will be well at home.
While we’re on the subject of boots, biker boots appear to be another style that will be very popular this fall.
Those buckle-and-stud-adorned motorcycle boots.
I already had a great pair that I bought a few seasons ago, so I’ll be wearing those.
They probably adhere to the biker leather look trend that I mentioned earlier. The motor style biker boots are undoubtedly back; nevertheless, I don’t advise you to wear them all at once.
Those ankle boots with numerous large buckle accents are unquestionably back.
Maxi Dresses & Skirts
I’m particularly excited about the upcoming trend, which features maxi-length skirts and dresses.
Another fashion trend is for really short minis. They aren’t mentioned in this article since I don’t consider them to be very wearable. The maxis, however, are the opposite of the minis.
Maxis dresses are incredibly figure-flattering, incredibly wearable, and they do fit most body types. Even if you’re small, a maxi is available for you.
Therefore, keep an eye out for some lovely maxi skirts and dresses. Without a doubt, if you’ve been wearing them all summer, keep them. To stay warm, you might need to wear tights underneath and match them with boots.
But for fall, the maxi length is really fashionable.
While we have enjoyed wearing wide-leg tailored pants this season, we can anticipate that they will have slightly lower rise in the fall. I’ve heard people refer to them as “puddle pants.”
In essence, that is where your shoe is puddled up against the hemline. They are long enough to have a puddle at the hem.
You don’t need to worry about that because they don’t have a very low rise. However, they are only marginally lower than what we have been witnessing over the spring and summer.
They frequently have much longer lengths. So much so that they are actually dripping over your boots and shoes.
I’ve actually heard this style defined as low-key luxury. It undoubtedly exudes that vibe.